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Author Topic: 'Selfitis’ - the obsessive need to post selfies - is a genuine mental disorder,  (Read 330 times)

Offline mozart123

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Selfitis’ is a genuine mental condition and people who feel compelled to continually post pictures of themselves on social media may need help, psychologists have warned.

The term was first coined in 2014 to describe obsessive selfie-taking in a spoof news story which suggested the American Psychiatric Association was considering classifying it as a disorder.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/12/15/selfitis-obsessive-need-post-selfies-genuine-mental-disorder/?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook
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Red, may sakit pala yung mga binibigay mo sakin na pictures pre.
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Red, may sakit pala yung mga binibigay mo sakin na pictures pre.


oo nga pre. yak!!!!
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